Best upcoming Nintendo Switch games to look forward to in 2022

The Nintendo Switch proved itself as a very capable competitor to the PS4 and Xbox One while offering something else besides – portability. It’s still just as impressive now that the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S are on the scene, too. With the Nintendo Switch Lite also going great guns, plus the Nintendo Switch OLED now available, there are a ton of fans looking for the best games to buy. That’s why we’ve gathered a list of the upcoming Switch games we’ve got our own beady eyes on. You can find them in chronological order – soonest first – and with trailers for each. Nintendo Switch Online: How much does

Windows 11 Task Manager’s upcoming new feature could make troubleshooting easier

Windows 11 version 22H2, this year’s first major update, will begin rolling out in a few weeks. Users that have signed up for the Windows Insider Program are already getting a taste of the new features, such as the updated taskbar with drag and drop, faster context menus, and a new Task Manager. One of the noticeable changes in Windows 11 version 22H2 is the new Task Manager. The Task Manager is getting Microsoft’s Fluent Design system, WinUI 3.0 facelift, and more. As you can see in the below screenshots, Task Manager now looks more modern and uses a new layout with all key options on the left-side column, similar

Best upcoming PS5 games: PlayStation titles to anticipate in 2022 and beyond

Sony’s PlayStation 5 has now been out for well over a year. While there were some superb games to enjoy at launch already, there are even more coming down the pike over the next few months. Best PlayStation 5 games: Amazing PS5 titles to pick up We’ve gathered the best contenders, right here for you, from confirmed releases to games that we’re certain are in the pipeline, including new trailers wherever they exist. Saints Row Release date: 23 August 2022 PS5 exclusive? No, also on PS4, Xbox and PC Publisher: Koch Media Saints Row returns with what looks like a raucous open-world shooter that leaves everything up to you, letting

Upcoming PC games: The best new games to look forward to in 2022 and beyond

There are plenty of incredible games coming to PC this year and beyond. From upcoming triple-A games to highly hyped gems, there’s plenty to look forward to, whatever your gaming passion. Whatever your platform of choice – Steam, Epic, Ubisoft Connect or Origin, there are loads of new PC games to add to your wishlist as well. These new games include bleeding-edge titles with ray tracing capabilities, as well as updates to your favourite RPGs, shooters and co-op masterpieces. The following is a hand-picked selection of games we’ve seen and are excited for. We’re sure you will be too. Best PC games to buy: Fantastic games to add to your

New Features in the Upcoming Linux Mint 21 Release

  The beta release for Linux Mint 21 is already available to download. So, let us check out what you can expect with it. Linux Mint 21 is codenamed Vanessa Let me share something interesting: Every Linux Mint release, be it minor or major, has a codename. It is a female name, normally of Greek or Latin release. Like Ubuntu, there is a pattern in the codename in Mint also. The codenames are in alphabetically increasing order for the major release, but they use the same alphabet for the minor releases. For example, Mint 20 was called Ulyana, 20.1 Ulyssa, 20.2 Uma and 20.3 Una. Mint 19 series had codenamed

Apple's Upcoming 15-Inch MacBook Air: What We Know

Rumors suggest that Apple is working on a larger version of the MacBook Air, which is expected to measure in at 15 inches, putting it on par with the MacBook Pro. This guide covers everything that we know about the 15-inch ‌MacBook Air‌ so far. Sizing The 2022 version of the ‌MacBook Air‌ measures in at 13.6 inches, so a 15-inch version would be considerably larger. It would be sized between the 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pro models, and it would be the largest version of the ‌MacBook Air‌ to date. One rumor suggests that the ‌MacBook Air‌ will measure in at 15.2 inches specifically. At 15.2 inches, the ‌MacBook

Upcoming Nokia Style+ specs and dimensions leak in FCC certification

Nokia seems to be gearing up to launch a new device with the Style+ moniker, at least according to various certification filing leaks from China’s China Quality Certification (CQC) and the WiFi Alliance. Now the Style+, model number TA-1448, has also popped up at the FCC in a pretty revealing way. Nokia Style+ FCC filing First off, the leak features a very precise schematic showing that the phone will be 166.1 mm tall and 76.4 mm wide. It also features the general layout of the back of the phone, which looks quite reminiscent of the recently-leaked Nokia G400 design or the Nokia G11. According to the document, those three cameras

Sonos leaks continue with the upcoming Sub Mini pictured for the first time

The leaky bucket at Sonos is no closer to being fixed up as The Verge reports on yet another new product on the way. Following the leak and subsequent announcement of the Sonos Ray soundbar, the next on the slate is apparently the Sub Mini. As you might be able to guess, it’s a subwoofer. And a small one at that. It makes a lot of sense, though. The Sonos Ray is the company’s lowest-priced soundbar yet but to build out a full system with one currently requires the pretty expensive Sonos Sub. The two don’t really feel like a good mix, so a cheaper option would certainly be better

Samsung may reduce the prices of upcoming foldable phones: Here are the details

Samsung is reportedly planning to reduce the prices of the upcoming foldable phones by using ATL batteries. According to TheElec, Samsung was reviewing using batteries from Chinese battery maker Amperex Technology Limited (ATL) for its upcoming foldable smartphones. The company is likely considering including ATL as a supplier for its foldable phones to save on costs as analysts expect Samsung to lower the price tags of its latest foldable phones launching later this year. As per the report, batteries account for around 5 per cent of the cost of manufacturing smartphones. If Samsung’s MX business, the name of its mobile business, approves of the use, it will be the first